Laura McAlpine, Labour Parliamentary Candidate for Harlow and the Villages “5,980 households in Harlow are set to be affected if free TV licences for over-75s are scrapped altogether under this Tory Government” LAURA McAlpine, Labour’s Parliamentary Candidate for Harlow and the Villages has condemned the Government’s decision to outsource the financial responsibility of free tv […]
CLEANERS at the Princess Alexandra Hospital in Harlow have overwhelmingly voted to strike against plans to privatise cleaning services, UNISON says today (Friday).
Robert Halfon slams PM Theresa May after local election results (and worries about The Brexit Parrty)
HARLOW MP Robert Halfon has blasted the prime minister Theresa May following the Conservatives disastrous showing at the local council elections last week.
HARLOW Council has defended its plans to plant five trees in the Market Square at a cost of £50,000.
SCHOOLS in England will have to stay accountable for pupils they exclude, a government-backed review has said.
ON Wednesday 24 April, Harlow Co-operative Party devoted most of its regular meeting to discussing Climate Change, Energy and Environment, in order to make a contribution on this topic to the national Co-op Party’s ongoing policy development process.
SOME political anoraks (sorry psephologists) have spent part of May Bank Holiday Monday watching the BBC Parliament channels re-running of the 1979 General Election.
SHADOW culture minister Tom Watson has asked the Minister for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Jeremy Wright MP to launch an inquiry over Essex County Council’s plans to cut library services in the county.
A PLANNING application to replace Market House in the town centre with thirty three flats has been submitted to Harlow Council.
THE report highlights that the force failed to meet a national deadline for vetting its workforce and needs to “improve how it ensures its workforce behaves ethically and lawfully”.
MAY I thank all the people who voted for me and the support of my colleagues during the election period and throughout the year where we try and contact as many residents as possible.
HARLOW MP Robert Halfon rose on the floor of the House of Commons to ask a question regarding the reporting of rape.
THE public of Harlow often do not realise the passion, effort and hours the candidates put in to their campaigning and believe each of them deserves the recognition for their hard work and dedication.
WE like to keep an eye on politically active residents even when they move away from Harlow, so we would just like to say well done to Green Party member Hannah Clare who has been elected as a councillor for the ward of Brunswick and Adelaide in Brighton.
WE interviewed the leaders of three of the political groups involved with the Harlow District Elections in 2019.
LABOUR has retained control of Harlow District Council. Further analysis and interviews to come.
JUST three districts in Essex have publicly funded housing legal advice, according to new figures from the Law Society, which it says reveals catastrophic ‘legal aid deserts’.
HARLOW MP Robert Halfon has questioned why there doesn’t seem to be any system of inspection for parents who home school their children.
HARLOW Labour says housing is its number one priority following announcement about investments in parking provision town wide
AND so we come to the final ward by ward piece. These are simply sketches of political life in each of the eleven wards in the town. Nothing more, nothing less. If nothing else, it helps those who make an appeal on social media that they “Don’t know who the candidates are”.
HARLOW Council has complained that the social media pages of the now-defunct Harlow Star often share negative stories about incidents in other areas reports the Press Gazette.
FOLLOWING a question in the House of Commons Chamber to the Schools Minister yesterday, the Harlow MP questioned the Academies Minister and the National Schools Commissioner about Aspire Academy in Harlow during his Education Committee today.
VOTING takes place in the Harlow District Council elections between 7am and 10pm on Thursday May 2nd, 2019.
LABOUR’S Prospective Parliamentary Candidate for Harlow and the Villages, Laura McAlpine welcomes the news that Labour have announced plans to reverse cuts to 3,000 bus routes in England.